Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia is a feast for all the senses. Here you'll find historic monuments, steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks, mega sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and lively nightspots. Essential parts of the vibrant mix are the incense-wreathed, colourfully adorned mosques and temples of the country’s Malay, Chinese and Indian communities. An admiration for these ancient cultures is balanced with a drive to be plugged into the modern world, a desire that's reflected in a creative contemporary-art and design scene, an ambitious riverbank-regeneration project and dynamic architecture.
Top Places to visit in Kuala Lampur:
1.Petronas Twin Tower:
No trip to KL would be complete without a visit to the world's tallest twin towers. The skyscrapers are utterly stunning, particularly when illuminated at night. Walk the Skybridge that links the Petronas Twin Towers and look down on Kuala Lumpur from high above the city streets with admission to the towers' Observation Deck. Booking the Petronas Twin Towers in advance means you’ll skip the long lines for purchasing tickets, saving time and hassle
2.Museum Of Illusions:
Welcome to the world of illusions. Thrilled yet baffled you will enter a world that will blow your mind but also give you an opportunity to learn all sorts of things. It is sure to be an amazing and unimaginable experience because whatever you see, especially here in the Museum of Illusions, is not what it appears to be. Ready for an adventure
3.Islamic Arts Museum:
Inhabiting a building every bit as impressive as its collection, this museum showcases Islamic decorative arts from around the globe. Scale models of the world's best Islamic buildings, fabulous textiles, carpets, jewellery and calligraphy-inscribed pottery all vie for attention. Don't forget to gaze up at the building's intricate domes and tile work.
Lake Gardens: Also, known as the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park is the largest green space Kuala Lampur’s largest green space. You can spend the better part of a day exploring the rolling terrain and enjoy this beauty
This is where it all started. Malaysian independence was declared in 1957, is speared by a 95m flagpole, one of the world's tallest. In the British era, the square was used as a cricket pitch and called the Padang (field). The square is surrounded by heritage buildings including the magnificent Sultan Abdul Samad Building and St Mary's Anglican Cathedral.
So, pack your bag and get ready to explore adventure and beauty of architecture and history. There is much more to explore in Kuala Lampur.
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